Furniture and Wooden Objects

We conserve, repair, and restore a comprehensive range of wooden objects, furniture and antiques ranging from contemporary pieces of cultural heritage to historically significant objects and antiques. Wooden objects can include furniture, sculptures, rolls of honour and honour boards, and Asian art such as lacquerware, Buddha figurines and temple dogs.

Our approach to wooden object conservation and restoration respects the integrity and history of the piece, while ensuring material and visual compatibility and lasting results. Our principal conservator’s initial training was in the Conservation and Restoration of Furniture and Wooden Objects, in which he obtained a Diploma with Distinction, from the Letterfrack Furniture College, Ireland, and his passion for wooden objects has continued to inform his practice throughout his career.



The sheave block is associated with the Sophia Jane, an English-built steamship of local significance in the Port Morpeth area and the first steam-powered vessel to travel between the Hunter River and Port Jackson….

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O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged to repair a small gilt wooden statue of a seated Buddha held in a private collection. The statue had been damaged during international transport.

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O’Sullivan Conservation acknowledges that we operate and function on the lands of the Darkinjung people.

We respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.

We are proud partners of Reconciliation NSW and support reconciliation in our community.